Archive for: September 2012

September 19, 2012

Views on the News – 9/15/2012

Filed under: Politics In General - 19 Sep 2012

Now that both conventions are over, the dimensions of the likely Romney triumph are becoming clear as Obama can’t hide from his record. Both through an analysis of the polling and an examination of the rhetoric, the parameters of …

Atheists’ and Muslims’ cross to bear

While America mourned the 11th anniversary of the Islamic attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, atheist radicals were throwing fuel on the fire. While millions were praying for the friends and families of precious souls lost, self-styled “progressives” were preying upon …

September 18, 2012

President Obama: Jihad Your Chance to Win the Election

The term for Christians and other non–Moslems living in Islamic countries is “dhimmi.” Think of it as Jim Crow with a turban. Think of it as Jim Crow right now.

According to Mitchell Bard, dhimmis in Islamic lands “on pain of …

Egypt and Libya: Clinton warned about embassy security problems

Filed under: War On Terror,What The F@#K?!? - 18 Sep 2012

In the aftermath of the Islamist attacks on two U.S. embassies which occurred almost simultaneously on Tuesday, President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton displayed surprise, even shock, to the press and the American people. But Mrs. Clinton’s …

Dawkins Dabbles in Politics – PC and Scientific Intransigence on Display

Filed under: Politics In General - 18 Sep 2012

Richard Dawkins is perpetually lost deep in his own solipsism, but now it seems he is branching out into the realm of politics and assessing the 2012 candidates for the presidency. I know – should we turn up the ear, …

September 17, 2012

Reap the Whirlwind

Filed under: History,In The News,War On Terror - 17 Sep 2012

In 1219 the Shah of the Islamic Khwarezmid Empire (present day Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan), Ala ad-Din Muhammad had the ambassadors of Genghis Khan killed. This affront to diplomatic convention led to a devastating invasion and the total destruction …

On Libya Three Decades Ago: Obama Should Remember Reagan’s Resolve

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,History - 17 Sep 2012

Ronald Reagan clashed with Libya and its dictator Moammar Gadhafi for the first time over 30 years ago. The details of that encounter must be revisited—particularly President Reagan’s sense of resolve and clarity of purpose—as once again President Obama’s foreign …

Iran Intends to Dominate Middle East, Israelis Warn

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 17 Sep 2012

Israel’s President Shimon Peres warned that Iran is planning to extend its sphere of influence across the entire Middle East. Peres said that time is running out for diplomacy and sanctions to convince Tehran to disband its nuclear program, an …

September 16, 2012

Why I won’t be voting for Obama

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 16 Sep 2012

Just over three years ago I believed there was no way Obama could never win re-election. But if the election for president was held today, Obama would likely win, perhaps decisively in the Electoral College tally. So where did I …

Medicare

Medicare has been in the news lately with Mitt Romney’s selection of Congressman Paul Ryan as his vice presidential running mate.

At issue is the Ryan-Wyden plan — a bipartisan Medicare reform proposal developed by Ryan and Democrat Senator Ron Wyden …

September 15, 2012

Clint Eastwood Made My Day. How about Yours?

Filed under: In The News - 15 Sep 2012

Seeing Clint Eastwood performing at the RNC was a blast. It was great to see one of the celebrities not bashing President Bush, but instead he was out there bashing the State of the Union. It has always concerned me …

Egypt and Libya: Shades of 1979-80

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,History - 15 Sep 2012

In the last 24 hours, beginning with the 11th anniversary of 9/11, all hell has broken loose in the Middle East. Our diplomatic missions in Egypt and Libya have been attacked, with the U.S. ambassador to Libya among those brutally …

Chicagoland: Useful Idiocy On Display

Eventually liberalism turns on itself and starts eating its own. Evil always does.

If you want to see liberalism devouring itself, Chicago is a great petri dish to observe. There liberals are always pitted against other liberals as they …

September 14, 2012

Religion and the Election of 2012

Filed under: Elections & Voting,History,Religion & Faith - 14 Sep 2012

Religious issues have played a significant role in numerous presidential elections, as they are in 2012. In 1800, his opponents accused Thomas Jefferson of atheism and trying to undermine the republic’s Christian foundation.

PC Cancer

Filed under: Political Correctness Run Amok - 14 Sep 2012

Political correctness. Comedians make jokes about it. Most people hate it. The public suffers because of it.

Political correctness has made some words unacceptable such as ‘handicap.’ It would be incorrect to say, “Joe Biden is handicapped.” …

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